Editorial

Aram Arkun

Aram Arkun

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Ararat Lodge No. 1 of the Knights of Vartan and Arpie Otyag (Chapter) No. 9 held their annual high school graduation recognition and scholarship award ceremony on June 12 in Talanian Hall at Holy Trinity Armenian[...]

WATERTOWN – The Zangakner Performing Arts Ensemble gave its final performance with founder Hasmik Konjoyan as director on June 3 at St. James Armenian Church. Konjoyan is moving to California at the end of June. Konjoyan established[...]

NEW YORK – Very Rev. Daniel Findikyan’s election on May 4 as Primate of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America represents a decided change from the past. The installation of any new Primate for the first time after 28[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Armenian General Benevolent Union New England (AGBU NE) District celebrated its 110th anniversary on Saturday, June 2, with a banquet at the Samberg Conference Center at MIT. The unbelievable view of Boston thanks[...]

YEREVAN – After the jubilation created by Nikol Pashinyan’s election to the office of prime minister, the next day, May 9, Armenians celebrated a triple holiday. This holiday originally was for the victory of the Soviet Union[...]

YEREVAN – Well-behaved crowds of over 100,000 people in Yerevan’s central square were hopeful in the morning and early afternoon of May 8 while they awaited the results of the parliamentary election. Many wore shirts or hats[...]

BELMONT, Mass. – The Armenian Renaissance movement Boston chapter organized a discussion on the dramatic developments in Armenia on April 30, a day prior to a first attempt at parliamentary elections of a new prime minister. Five[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A new exhibition called Passports: Lives in Transit is on display at Harvard University’s Houghton Library from April 30 to August 18. It provides an unusual way of thinking about the urgent issue of massive global[...]

WINCHESTER, Mass. – Armenians in the Boston area gathered at the home of Raffi and Nina Festekjian on May 1 to thank Governor Charles Baker of Massachusetts for his support of the Armenian community at the annual Armenian Genocide[...]

WEST HARRISON, N. Y. – The 116th Assembly of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America on Friday morning, May 4, elected Very Rev. Fr. Daniel Findikyan as its new Primate. The election took place at the Renaissance[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The power of faith is indeed great. In Fr. Mampre Kouzouian’s case, it led to sixty years of service to the Armenian Church, for which he will be honored on May 11. This may seem like a long time. However, Fr.[...]